I work for a Walgreens in Mesa, Az., and about 6 weeks ago, one of my managers found some very old photo's dating back to the early 1900's. They are in almost mint condition. On the back of one of the pictures, was the name of John H. Glynn, in or around 1918, in Honesdale. There was another name in with the photos....Ann Marie O'Hagan or a Pat O'Hagan. A lot of these photos were taken in Manila, P.I. and there were also a lot of slides in the package, that were taken around the L.A. area of California. I'm trying to do what I can to find the rightful family for these pictures, as they are in too good of condition to be thrown away. Between me and the people at Walgreens, we've also contacted the sheriffs dept., to see if there was a home invasion, where there were pictures taken. I also wrote a story for one of our newspapers to see if it would help..
I am not having any luck with anything I've tried so far, so I figured I would try this.
If anyone can help.....PLEASE contact me @ Posomar@aol.com
Thank you, Pam
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